Browns center LeCharles Bentley was on the practice field for the first time since last year on Sunday. Bentley tore a tendon in his left knee in July of 2006 and missed the entire season. Bentley did not partake in any drills, but was optimistic that he could be able to play sometime during the 2007 season. Bentley believes his knee feels about “70 percent.” General Manager Phil Savage had said earlier that Bentley would continue to rehab and be re-evaluated near the end of training camp.
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